This the method available to delete a file in the BFS. Since the mandatory BrickId must be supplied in the FileInfoDelete one should always get the information of this via GetFileList.

Filter inputs

NameTypeDescriptionMandatoryAvailable from version
FileInfoDeleteFileInfoGeneralThe information needed to delete a file, in this case the BrickId property of FileInfoGeneral is mandatory  

Response rows (Array)

NameTypeDescriptionAvailable from version
MessageStringThe result of the operation(success="OK") 


Code examples

C# example
var client = new BFSServiceReference.bfsapiSoapClient();
var credentials = new BFSServiceReference.Credentials()
    UserName = bfsusername, //Username of administrative user in your instance of BFS
    Password = bfspassword, //Password of the administrative user in your instance of BFS
Guid oG = new Guid("39bc0ada-3c40-4866-81cd-04bbc77b998b"); //previously fetched
DeleteFileRequest oReq = new DeleteFileRequest();
oReq.Credentials = credentials;
oReq.identify = Identify; //Unique token to identify
oReq.FileInfoDelete = new FileInfoGeneral
BrickId = oG
DeleteFileResponse oRep = client.DeleteFile(oReq);
if (oRep.Message=="OK")
Console.Writeline("File deleted successfully");
Console.Writeline(string.format("Delete of file not successful: {0}", Rep.Message));


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